Bachelor of Commerce and Eligibility

Known as the most chosen academic course (after BA and BSc), BCom aims to improve the understanding of a student's trade-related subject areas. After completing the program successfully, students can go for technical courses such as MBA or PGDM or obtain esteemed Master's degrees such as MCom, and then often choose to enroll in PhD programs through NET, JRF or SET clearance examinations and become professors and research scholars in their respective subjects and specializations.

Various BCom specializations expand a career to students in the finance, insurance, and accounting sectors. 
It is an suitable course for all those wishing to follow technical programs such as Chartered Accountancy .